Archive | Plants with 5 as a Hardness Zone


Rubus ‘Apache’ PP 11,865

This blackberry variety produces the highest yields and largest fruit of the other thornless blackberry. The berries themselves are conical in shape with a glossy black finish and are known for their exceptional sweetness. The foliage will grow erect on spineless canes up to 10 ft. Apache berries will ripen in mid to late June, […]

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Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’ Dwarf Fountain Grass

This variety of Fountain Grass forms an upright mound of arching green leaves, with bottlebrush plumes of silvery-white flowers that turn to a buff or tan color as the weather cools down. Hameln provides a beautiful color contrast among other shrubs or as the backdrop to a perennial bed. Staying true to it dwarf size, […]

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Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ Maiden Grass

Gracillimus Maiden Grass is one of the most striking ornamental grasses. This elegantly shaped grass has narrow leaves can grow to 6 feet tall. It becomes bronze autumn color and can stand throughout winter to provide architectural interest. Feathery copper-colored plumes appear in fall and will flower until frost.

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Miscanthus sinensis ‘Adagio’ Compact Maiden Grass

Bring the light and airy feel of Adagio to your landscape! dense clump of silver green arching foliage become a fountain of orange, gold and burgundy in fall. Showy plumes will emerge above the foliage in bronze-pink colors, fading to white. Adagio will quickly reaches 5 ft tall with a 3 ft spread. The Fall […]

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Hesperaloe parvifolia Red Yucca

This long blooming, great looking succulent is incredibly adaptable and virtually maintenance free. It’s amazingly drought tolerant AND cold hardy to Zone 5, making it perfect for any landscape!  Red Yucca’s foliage forms in fountaining clumps of thin, dark green leaves, with a spread of 3 feet. The beautiful flower stalks can grow to be 5 feet […]

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Festuca ovina var. glauca ‘Elijah Blue’ Blue Fescue

The eye catching icy blue coloration to this clumping ornamental grass holds up even through the summer heat. Elijah Blue is perfectly suited for edging borders or mass planting as a groundcover. It’s especially drought tolerant once established. This unique grass is topped by upright flower plumes in the summer.

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Equisetum hyemale Horsetail Reed

 This extraordinary shrub, with a very vertical growth habit, tolerates an extremely wide range of soils and will grow in up to 4” of standing water. Horsetail reed can spread to form large colonies if given the space. Its evergreen stalks are cylindrical, hollow, with tiny leaves joining together around stem. This reed is a […]

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Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ Variegated Japanese Sedge

Give your landscape a gold star! Fountains of narrow leaves with broad cream stripes and dark green margins adorn this clump-forming, shade-loving grass. This Sedge adds great texture in low tufted mound to moist, shady areas, perfect at pond’s edge, in dappled shade borders or as a container accent!

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